Stayed here for 4 days at the end of October. It was okay but nothing special for what I paid, particularly given that there's no breakfast. For that price and the size of the hotel I would expect more from staff than what I got. The most memorable which is ridiculous was asking about my 6:20 am flight to Lahad Datu on Malaysian Airways. At this point I had already taken two internal flights. One with MA and one with Air Asia. I was told by 4 people at the hotel that I in no uncertain terms, even with checking in online needed to be there 2 hours in advance. I respect opinions of those who apparently know better than I do. Security screening doesn't even open until around 5:15 am. That reception doesn't know something like that is ridiculous given that this definitely geared more as more of a business hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Sixty3 is a truly centrally located hotel in Kota Kinabalu city.It sits on the quaint, bustling, yet charming street of Jalan Gaya (formerly known as Bond Street during colonial times), with the State’s tourist information office right opposite the hotel. The street is flourishing with a myriad of restaurants, bistros and cafes, burgeoning with everything from lifestyle malls (Suria Sabah Mall, Wisma Merdeka) to local side-stalls, and being the city’s business high street, it is surrounded by financial institutions. Also famous for its colourful and vibrant Sunday market, it is evident that Jalan Gaya captures perfectly the essence of life in Kota Kinabalu and at Hotel Sixty3; all of this are just pulses away! ... more less
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